Fruits and vegetables, whole grains and a variety of protein-rich foods like beans and peas, nuts, seeds and soy (like edamame) are the mainstays of plant-based eating.
Increasingly, people looking to eat a little healthier without sacrificing flavor are turning to plant-based fare.
"Plant-based" doesn't always mean "meatless," and there are a number of plant-based meal plans that don't require you to abandon your favorite cut of lean steak. Comprised of fruits, vegetables, nuts like walnuts, seeds, beans, and more, plant-based diets are as flavorfully diverse as they are healthful. For expert advice on plant-based eating tips, including meal ideas and recipes, check out the resources below. Prepare to be inspired.
Think plant-based eating is difficult? Think again! With a few tips and tricks, you'll be eating more tasty plant-based meals in no time.
Download a PDF version of the Plant-Based Eating Resource Guide here.
Fats are good. They are an important part of your daily diet and play an essential role in human health from head (brain!) to toe (joints!), and every cell in between.
When you have the right ingredients on hand, making delicious plant-based meals can be a fresh and fun adventure. Feel free to add and subtract from this list, based on preferences and your own personal meal plan.
Start rethinking the center of your plate at breakfast, lunch and dinner with this selection of fresh and deliciously colorful plant-based recipes.